How difficult can it be to make a Titanium Razor handle?
The basic material. Titanium (Ti) is a metal with an atomic number 22, originally discovered in Cornwall, England in 1791. Titanium can be alloyed with many other metals but the two most important features:
> It is corrosion resistant not only to water but even to sea water and aqua regia
> It has the highest strength to density ratio of any metal
These facts alone make it a metal of exceptional interest. Given it properties it is supremely qualified as a razor handle delivering resilience and hygiene. Now we must consider how to work the metal and fashion it into our iconic razor handle.
For us the process starts when we cut the titanium torsion bars to the required size. Simple? Try it yourself and see what resistance you meet or simply watch as we cut a thin section.
These Torsion bars have been engineered at the highest level by professionals for the Formula 1 industry thus ensuring the quality of materials meaning you will have possession of the finest balanced material available on planet earth.